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Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

org.eclipse.update.configurator
Interface IPlatformConfiguration.ISitePolicy

Enclosing interface:
IPlatformConfiguration

public static interface IPlatformConfiguration.ISitePolicy

Site policy. The site policy object determines how plug-ins contained on the site are processed during startup. In general, there are 3 ways of configuring a site policy

  • explicitly specify which plug-ins are to be included at startup (type==USER_INCLUDE). Any other plug-ins located at the site are ignored at startup. This is typically the best policy when using remote sites where the user wishes to retain explicit control over the plug-ins that are included from such site.
  • explicitly specify which plug-ins are to be excluded at startup (type==USER-EXCLUDE). All other plug-ins located at the site are used at startup. This policy requires that the site support an access "protocol" that allows plug-in discovery. In general, these are sites defined using the "file" URL protocol. This is typically the best policy for local install sites (on the user system).

Since:
2.0

Field Summary
static int MANAGED_ONLY
          When this site policy is used, only plug-ins specified by the configured features are contributed to the runtime.
static int USER_EXCLUDE
          User-defined exclusion list.
static int USER_INCLUDE
          User-defined inclusion list.
 
Method Summary
  String[] getList ()
          Return policy inclusion/ exclusion list
 int getType ()
          Return policy type
 void setList ( String[] list)
          Set new policy list.
 

Field Detail

USER_INCLUDE

static final int USER_INCLUDE
User-defined inclusion list. The list associated with this policy type is interpreted as path entries to included plugin.xml or fragment.xml relative to the site URL

See Also:
Constant Field Values

USER_EXCLUDE

static final int USER_EXCLUDE
User-defined exclusion list. The list associated with this policy type is interpreted as path entries to excluded plugin.xml or fragment.xml relative to the site URL

See Also:
Constant Field Values

MANAGED_ONLY

static final int MANAGED_ONLY
When this site policy is used, only plug-ins specified by the configured features are contributed to the runtime.

Since:
3.1
See Also:
Constant Field Values
Method Detail

getType

int getType()
Return policy type

Returns:
policy type
Since:
2.0

getList

String[] getList()
Return policy inclusion/ exclusion list

Returns:
the list as an array
Since:
2.0

setList

void setList(
String[] list)
Set new policy list. The list entries are interpreted based on the policy type. See description of the policy type constants for details.

Parameters:
list - policy inclusion/ exclusion list as an array. Returns an empty array if there are no entries.
Since:
2.0
See Also:
USER_INCLUDE, USER_EXCLUDE

Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

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